KJLO-FM

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KJLO
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CityMonroe, Louisiana
Broadcast areaMonroe, Louisiana
BrandingK-104
SloganMonroe’s hottest country
Frequency104.1 MHz
FormatCountry
ERP100,000 watts
HAAT310 meters
ClassC0
Transmitter coordinates32°39′39.16″N 92°5′13.17″W / 32.6608778°N 92.0869917°W / 32.6608778; -92.0869917
AffiliationsLouisiana-Monroe football
OwnerThe Radio People
(Holladay Broadcasting Of Louisiana, LLC)
Sister stationsKJMG, KLIP, KLSM, KMLB, KMVX, KRJO, KRVV
Websitekjlo.com

KJLO (104.1 FM) is an American radio station licensed in Monroe, Louisiana, United States. The station is currently owned by The Radio People and the broadcast license is held by Holladay Broadcasting Of Louisiana, LLC.

Coverage[edit]

K-104 is a 100,000 watt radio station (97,000 watts effective radiated Power) providing local country music, news, and weather coverage to the Louisiana area including Monroe, West Monroe, Bastrop, Jonesboro, Ruston, and Winnsboro. Local Arkansas coverage includes Crossett. The intermediate (distant) coverage in the Louisiana area includes Lake Providence and Winnfield with intermediate Arkansas coverage including El Dorado. Distant or fringe coverage extends out to cover the Louisiana areas including Minden. Arkansas coverage extends to Camden, Magnolia, Monticello, and also extends into Greenville and Vicksburg, Mississippi.[1]

Warhawk Sports Radio Network[edit]

KJLO broadcasts every Louisiana–Monroe Warhawks football game[citation needed].

References[edit]

  1. ^ Radio-locator: KJLO coverage- Retrieved 2017-07-03

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